The global version differs from the Chinese version in some ways.
The Huawei company presented the European version of the hit flagship smartphone Mate 50 Pro, which debuted in China last week.
Residents of Europe will receive an identical phone, except for a few points. First, the global version does not support satellite communication. Secondly, the device runs on Android with EMUI 13 skin, while in China the device uses HarmonyOS 3.0.
The technical characteristics remained the same: a 6.74-inch OLED panel with a frame rate of 120 Hz and a screen resolution of 2616×1212 pixels. Under the hood, the top Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1 is installed in combination with 8 GB of RAM and a 4700 mAh battery. The power of wired charging is 66 W, wireless charging is 50 W.
One of the main features of the Mate 50 Pro was the proprietary XMAGE image processing technology. The main camera is able to choose the desired aperture size depending on the conditions, there is also a manual ten-step setting. From the modules in the system:
- main 50-MP with optical image stabilization;
- 13-MP with an ultra-wide-angle lens;
- 64 MP as part of the periscope camera, supports 200x hybrid zoom.
The price of Huawei Mate 50 Pro is 1,299 euros (~46,200 UAH), and the orange model with a back panel made of vegan leather will cost 1,399 euros (~49,000 UAH). Note that in China, prices for the Pro model start at 6,799 yuan (about UAH 35,000).
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